Maintaining a safe, secure setting for all
The University Police Department (UPD) is responsible for law enforcement, security, disaster planning and emergency response at FGCU. We work with the entire university community to provide a safe and secure environment that enables everyone to achieve their academic goals and enjoy the FGCU experience.
In addition to promoting crime prevention, we ensure safety for both vehicle and pedestrian
traffic and assist in coordinating special events.
We provide reliable high-quality professional service at all times.
UPD is located on the north end of the Campus Support Complex on the southwestern side of the campus loop, FGCU Boulevard South.
Severe Weather Advisory 1.16.22
1/16/2022 8:57 AM
FGCU Weather Advisory: The National Weather Service in Ruskin has issued a Tornado Warning for Southwestern Charlotte County and Northwestern Lee County is issued through 9:00 a.m. Continue to monitor weather through mid-morning for future developments.
UPD includes 21 sworn law enforcement officers and 8 civilian personnel in two divisions to serve and protect our campus.
UPD Police Services serves the campus with 24 hour law enforcement services including Bike Unit, Training Unit, Detective, and Community Outreach Officer.
UPD Online Non-Emergency Police Report
The online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately. All reports filed within this system will be reviewed. If further investigation of your report is needed, you may be contacted for follow up information or additional details. Only certain crimes and incidents are available for online reporting as they do not require an in-person police response.
Threat Assessment & Management Team
FGCU cultivates a secure community within a supportive and accessible living, learning and working environment. It is standard practice on university campuses to promote safety through a Threat Assessment & Management Team (TAMT) empowered to investigate, assess and manage risks of violence by any troubled community member.
Quick Links to Services
*Reports are available directly from FLHSMV (FL. Dept. of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles) after 10 days.
** Send all Inventory Loss Reports to: firstname.lastname@example.org. All information required on this form is found on your property inventory sheet.